Hotel Baltschug Kempinski is now one of the most impressive properties in the Kempinski Group. The building was originally built in 1898 but, the hotel was completely renovated in the 1990s. Contrastingly to the façade of the original building, the interior is an elegant mix of classic and contemporary design.
Two of the suites were designed by British royals Princess Michael of Kent and David Viscount Linley, nephew of the Queen. You will notice the refined golden furnishings featured throughout the hotel, allowing you to feel like you are in a palace.
Impeccable service and perfect comfort
There are 225 large and lavish rooms with high ceilings (up to 14 ft high). The location of the hotel allows you to relish in the breath-taking views right from inside your luxurious suite. In the marble bathrooms you will find exclusive Kempinski cosmetics, and the mini bars filled with imported spirits.
You can take a short stroll along the river bank to the Cathedral of Christ the Saviours and the Red October complex of galleries, restaurants and bars.
But if you fancy gazing at the St Basils whilst you dine, the opulent Baltschug Grill serves you an extravagant buffet like banquet with beautiful views. Looking to relax with a light bight or a drink? You can unwind by the fireplace in the Lobby Lounge or explore the cocktail menu on Café Krenzler’s outdoor terrace.
The hotel’s spa, Baltschug Health Club, boasts an indoor pool, gym, two saunas and a solarium which allow you to relax in a serene and luxurious environment.
Hotel Baltchug Kempinski is 21 miles from Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and a 10-minute walk from Novokinznetskaya metro. It’s truly designed for those who prefer the finer things in life.
Visit Baltschug Kempinski – www.kempinski.com